and now we change topics, because, as you know, abc news wawathe first american network to travel to the scene of one of the biggest human crises on the globe. we told the world about parents carrying children 100 miles to save them from famine in africa. and now, tonight, we can tell you the first emergency air lift has made it into somalia. 14 tons of food and supplies for families and children. and weekend anchor david muir is the only american anchor to travel in with one team, saving lives, at the dadaab refugee camp in kenya. 400,000 people needing help. david? >> reporter: diane, good evening. and as you know, this is the worst famine in a generation here. it's estimated up to 1,500 people make that journey from somalia into kenya every day. the vast majority of whom are mothers and their children. and today, when we landed with the u.n., we discovered doctors, nurses, entire teams here, literally feeding the children back to life.